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Song Parodies -> "American Idol"

Original Song Title:

"Gilligans Island"

Original Performer:

Misc.

Parody Song Title:

"American Idol"

Parody Written by:

Mikey F

The Lyrics

and I do not watch the show!!!
Just sit right back and you hear a tale
a tale of a show that flipped
they wanted to sing many songs
and the judges were equipt

the main judge was a stubbern man
"that was terrible" he did say
so to eventually reach the finalists
the contestents had to win, the contestents had to win

but these judges were mad tuff
your lucky to have mad it out
and there singing every Tuesday night
and to the finals they did go, and to the finals they did go
So now they must sing their random songs
you must be great, Oh yes Im sure

So join 'em every Tuesday night
You're sure to feel alright
for the two lucky finalists
Here on American Idol!

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Pacing: 3.2
How Funny: 2.9
Overall Rating: 2.9

Total Votes: 26

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